Exciting mix of the grapes Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, Mourvèdre and Rousanne grown on clay sandy soil. The grapes are harvested early in the morning to maintain freshness.
Nose of lime, gooseberry and dried apricot and similar taste complemented by notes of red berries. A rosé in good balance that stands the distance both as an aperitif and for food.
The bottle itself is decorative, and if you hold the neck and turn it over, it can be used as a fun “bouquet” as a hostess gift.
Domaine de la Palud, located south of the town of Orange in the Rhône area, Marie-Laure Grangeon produces top wines with know-how handed down from her ancestors. Domaine de la Palud has been the family property since 1841 and prior to that, the vineyard belonged to a Provencal noble family for five centuries. On the vineyard there is still a building (a tower) dating back to the 14th century.
Marie-Laure Grageon’s wines are excellent examples of what the Châteauneuf-du-Pape district and Côtes du Rhône have to offer.